EULAs were originally fairly brief and simple. For the most part, they consisted of just a standard warranty and a reminder to not copy or redistribute the software (and perhaps a warning about errant radio frequency emissions). However, they gradually increased in complexity, and today many of them are monstrosities that few users even attempt to read.http://www.bellevuelinux.org/eula.html
What issues are not covered with a standard EULA? What is missing exactly? I mean could you just read a few EULAs and modify them?